Kodak Black Mocks JAY-Z On The Gram


Today, Kodak Black turned the tables on all the old heads who like to call out the weird-haired mumble kids for their shallow and often hard to understand lyrics.

The 20-year-old Floridian used an Instagram meme and the 1998 JAY-Z featuring DMX track "Money Cash Hoes" to make the point that there have been simple-ass lyrics in Hip Hop since there was Hip Hop.

In the post, Black contrasts Hov's famous "money, cash hoes" hook with some of the lyrcis to Kodak's much more socially responsible track "Can I."


JAY-Z took time out to scold the youngsters on his Grammy-nominated album 4:44.

Is Kodak's comeback a fair one? Or is he misrepresenting the tracks in question?


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